Jaded in a sentence

10 example sentences for Jaded

Share this! FacebookTwitterGoogle+StumbleUponLinkedInPinterestEmail

Jaded - Definition

ยป  depleted of excitement and enthusiasm, usually after having had too much of something

Use Jaded in a sentence

  • After being on an airplane for nearly twenty-four hours, Henry is a bit jaded and never wants to travel again.

  • Ever since I started working late every night, I have become more and more jaded by the thought of becoming a manager with this company.

  • The world is so jaded by violence that people are starting to feel unsafe outside their homes.

  • Because I have eaten nothing but noodles for the past two weeks, my taste buds are a bit jaded.

  • James was jaded with love after having his heart broken countless times.

  • After listening to a lecture from my mother, I was so jaded I locked myself in my bedroom for the rest of the day.

  • A number of people have stopped watching television because they have become jaded by the presence of reality shows on every channel.

  • Because many children play video games regularly, they are often jaded by violence in the real world.

  • The celebrity was jaded by the media after been in the public eye for over thirty years.

  • It is easy for overworked and underpaid teachers to become jaded and miserable.

More Vocabulary Words In Sentences:

Jaded Synonyms

worn out, sick and tired, exhausted, bushed, fatigued, burned-out, fed up

Jaded Antonyms

excited, interested, engaged

Related Forms

jadedly (adverb), jadedness (noun)

Now it's your chance! In the comments below, use Jaded in a sentence.